It's a Party: Game Day Party


Whether you're in it for the game or the party - everyone loves a great game day bash!

Clean and simple invitations for our Super Bowl party were designed in HP Photo Creations and printed on our HP Envy.

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We scored big with decor from Oriental Trading and decided on a turf and referee inspired theme. A green football field tablecloth roll provides the perfect table runner and pops of black and white help to set the game day tone.

Disposable products keep things causal and simple - and this glass beverage dispenser, also from Oriental Trading, is fantastic for serving infused water. We love using cake stands in unconventional ways, and this lovely milk glass cake plate from Minted allows guests easy access to the refreshing water.

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A mix of items, to satisfy everyone, is a party must have. We included typical game day finger foods - sliders, fries and chips - along with healthier fare including baked wings, veggies and fruit. Just pack them up in Tupperware and bring along the disposable goods to Tailgate!

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Include honey-soy chicken wings by making this simple marinade:


  • about 20 whole chicken wings - tips cut off.
  • 1 cup soy sauce.
  • 3 tablespoons honey.
  • 2 tablespoons sesame oil.
  • 2 tablespoons fresh ginger - chopped and peeled.
  • 2 tablespoons chopped garlic.
  • 1/2 cup white distilled vinegar.


Mix the ingredients in a large bowl. Add the chicken and refrigerate overnight. Preheat oven to 400° F, arrange wings on baking sheets and pour marinade into a saucepan. Roast wings for about one hour occasionally basting with marinade. Boil the remaining marinade for a few minutes until thickened and serve as a dipping sauce.

Pigs in a blanket have made a comeback on the party scene, and they are so easy to whip up with mini turkey or beef dogs and a can of crescent rolls.

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Create simple cupcake toppers by sandwiching toothpicks in-between two puffy football stickers and secure with a glue gun.

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These fun chocolate dipped football strawberries are so simple to make! Simply melt Wilton chocolate candy melts, dip the strawberries into the chocolate and cool in the fridge. Add a decorative football element with white icing.

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Get the kids involved in a ball game of their own with YayLabs SoftShell Ice Cream Ball!


Simply mix ingredients, like cream, sugar and vanilla extract - pour into the ball with ice and rock salt. Then have the kids roll the ball for 20 minutes and marvel at their homemade tasty ice cream treat!

Yay Team Rha Rha Rha! Have fun celebrating!

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